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Young Lives Working Paper 83 - This paper investigates the possible impacts of the Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP) on children’s well-being and recommends child-focused social protection that goes beyond the PSNP. It draws on data from the Young Lives survey of 569 rural households and qualitative case studies of 32 households and children living in four rural communities in 2006 and 2009.
The event was co-organized by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the Office of the High-Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) and the SRSG on Violence against Children, with the support of the Governments of Austria and Thailand.The three UN partners launched a report which was informed by the Expert Consultation on the prevention of and responses to violence against children within the juvenile justice system, held in January 2012 in Vienna.
Young Citizens: Experiences Of Participation In Latin America (Jovenes Ciudadanos: Experiencias De Participacion En America Latina) is a new book in Spanish edited by Graciela Tonon and Santiago Aragón, UNI-COM Faculty of Social Sciences of Universidad Nacional de Lomas de Zamora, Argentina.
The book is organized in seven chapters written by authors that are members of different Childwatch International key institutions of Latin America's network.
The Fifth World Congress will concentrate on childhood and youth and the processes of social change.
Date: 15-19 October 2012
Place: San Juan, Argentina
Live online transmission: 18 October 2012 (6:30 Cd. Mexico y Bogotá; 7:00 Am en Caracas; 7:30 Santiago; 9:30 Río de Janeiro).
Series: Working Paper 80
Author: Paul Glewwe, Qihui Chen, Bhagyashree Katare
CROP and Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI) organize this conference to explore ways in which poverty and social injustice are addressed by different religious actors and communities.
February 21-22, 2013 / Bergen, Norway
Deadline For Submission Of Paper Proposals: November 15, 2012
Visit the CROP webpage to read the Call for Papers document in full
PEPFAR has partnered with The Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), South Africa to produce What's New in Research? - a monthly newsletter that will alert readers to new scientific publications. The newsletter focuses on relevant, evidence-based applied science about children affected by HIV and AIDS, policy research, tests of effectiveness, rigorous program evaluation, and cost analysis. What's New in Research? is an effort to make existing research more visible and accessible, and to encourage further research activities in the field of Orphans and Vulnerable Children
This eleventh issue of The African Child E-Newsletter features an interview with Professor Asher Ben-Arieh, Director of the Haruv Institute. The Special of the Month feature is Achieving Child Friendly Justice in Africa. Includes other news on children's issues as well as information on upcoming events. For all the latest news and events go to http://www.africanchildinfo.net
This volume focuses on the various aspects of teacher education which need to be addressed in order for the wider Millennium Goals to be achieved, but more importantly, so that each African child living within sub-Saharan Africa will have the right to a quality education.
Of particular interest to the education researcher and policy maker, this volume’s contributors look at the various issues and challenges around the teacher profession, particularly in relation to resources and practices within sub-Saharan Africa. The contributors examine the issue of building research capacity for educational research within teacher education Colleges and explore the concept of education for sustainable development with the view to improving the development of quality teacher education within the global South.
UN Women and UNICEF are very pleased to invite you to join this global consultation, supported by the Government of Denmark. The aim of the consultation is to review progress on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in terms of major inequalities and to discuss the options for ensuring that these inequalities are effectively addressed in a new development framework after 2015
The Guiding Principles seek to provide for the first time a global standard in the fight against extreme poverty, focusing on the rights of people living in poverty...This is a practical tool for policy makers which will guide States in designing their public policies, particularly their poverty eradication efforts, based on a human rights approach.
The Human Rights Council will now forward the Guiding Principles to the General Assembly for its consideration.
The Conference theme is "Protecting Children in a Changing World" Delegates will have opportunities to discuss the current state of research and interventions on CAN in Europe and internationally, discuss new challenges and emerging topics and help shape national and international responses.
Date: September 15 2013
Place: Dublin, Ireland
The Digital Youth Symposium at the Science Gallery, Dublin on November 2nd (9.30 - 4.00pm) will be a major international research and policy event on children and the internet in Ireland. Keynote speakers from research, education and policy fields will debate: · Digital opportunities, digital literacy, inclusion and digital safety · Public and private sector support for educational and awareness raising initiatives · Ensuring digital strategy reflects best interests of children and young people
Upcoming opportunity from the United States Agency's Displaced Children and Orphans Fund Program, requesting applications for programs focusing on family-based systems of care and responses for children outside of family care.
Applications must be submitted by October 25, 2012 at 1:00pm EDT (Washington, DC time).
“Migrant Youths and Children of Migrants in a Globalized World,” the focus of the September volume of The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, looks at international child migration through the lens of child development. With the backdrop of changing migration patterns, the researchers seek to identify policies and institutions that can ensure that children who migrate integrate and succeed in their new homes.
ICP 2013 is pleased to invite you to submit an abstract for consideration for Oral or Poster Presentation. Share your research findings and expertise with your peers and colleagues.
The deadline for abstract submission is February 4, 2013.
Date: 24-29 August
Place: Melbourne, Australia
Using the information collected in Peru during the first two rounds of the Young Lives longitudinal study, we describe how multidimensional poverty and inequality of opportunity evolve as children get older.
Publishing date: 01 Sep 2012
Series: Working Paper 79
The European Social Network (ESN) will be organising its 21st annual conference next year in Dublin in cooperation with the Irish Presidency of the European Union. In preparation for this event, there is an open call for workshops. This is an opportunity to present for discussion innovative practice on a wide range of issues within the overall theme of the conference. Date: 17-19 June 2013 Place: Dublin
Deadline for proposals: Friday 7th December
How can sociology inform our understanding of young people's experiences? Introducing core theories by drawing on a range of cultural resources - from pioneering research to genre-defining films - this book demonstrates how a sociological imagination can enhance informal educational and social welfare approaches to work with young people.
The latest research and resources on alternative care and related programming and policy guidance. In particular, this newsletter includes assessments, guidance and program evaluations on the following issues:
Youth Aging Out of Care; Family Strengthening and the Prevention of Family Separation; Program Guidance for Implementing Gender into Care programs; Sibling Caringscapes and Adolescent Well-being; Job Postings, Conferences and much more.
International Journal of School & Educational Psychology (IJSEP), is now accepting papers. Researchers and practitioners are invited to contribute papers to the journal.
Young Lives Policy Brief 19 - Publication date: September 6th 2012
Why strengthening the linkages between research and practice is important: Learning from Young Lives by Gina Crivello and Helen Murray based on the Oak-funded consultation on research into policy and practice is now available online.
The Bernard Van Leer Foundation presents the 8th publication of the Early Childhood in Focus series, which looks at the topic of Healthy Environments.
Publication date: 09/2012
Organized by the International Society for Child Indicators. Hosted by Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea the 4th ISCI conference will explore how child indicators can be used to improve the well-being of children in a globalized world under the conference’s main theme “Child Indicators in a Globalized World: Implications for Research, Practice and Policy.”
Date: May 29 – 31, 2013.
Place: Seoul National University, Korea.
Abstract submission deadline – November 30, 2012
24th Annual Meeting of the European Society of Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care (ESPNIC), Caring Without Borders.
Date: June 12-15 2013
Place: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Abtract Submission Deadline: 16th January 2013